Places To Break Fast With The Kids

It’s currently the holy month of Ramadan and breaking fast together with family and friends is an important part of tradition. Here are some places you can go to break fast with your kids.

21 On Rajah

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21 On Rajah’s special Iftar Lauk Kampung dinner buffet aims to provide a family dining experience with a special Mediterr-Asian spread consisting of comfort food for the whole family. Familiar dishes such as Beef Rendang, Ikan Pari Assam Pedas and Nasi Dagang are available, and there is even a churro and chocolate fondue station that minis will love. Go on Saturday to enjoy the special BBQ menu that includes deliciously grilled Chicken and Beef Satay with Condiments and Ayam Panggang. The menu on weekdays (Monday to Thursday) and weekends (Friday to Sunday) differ slightly, so do take note of that!

Date: Now till 24 June 2017
Time: 6pm to 10.30pm
Price: Mondays to Thursdays – S$45++ per adult, Fridays to Sundays – S$50++ per adult. Kids aged five to 12 are entitled to 50% off, while kids under five dine for free. 

For reservations, call +65 6808 6847.

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AquaMarine is known for its halal-certified buffet spread, and this Ramadan is no different. Feast on Grilled Salmon with Rempah and Spicy Coconut, Wagyu Beef Oxtail Rendang. On Fridays and Saturdays, you’ll get to feast on a Balinese Roasted Whole Baby Lamb. Families can enjoy a 30 per cent discount on the Iftar Buffet when you produce a printed 4R family photo. Do note that the promotion is applicable for families with a minimum of four and maximum of eight members.

Date: Now till 26 June 2017
Time: 6.30pm to 10.00pm
Price: S$70++ per pax 

For reservations, call +65 6845 1111 or email [email protected].

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If you and your family feel up for Asian fusion, Greek and Mediterranean fare, head over to Badoque, where the food comes in huge portions that are perfect for sharing. They recently introduced a Ramadhan menu just for patrons for Iftar, and have expanded their menu to include everything from Japanese rice bowls to pizzas, pasta and steak.

Time: 6pm to 11pm
Price: A la carte pricing 

For reservations, call +65 6552 1646 (Upper Thomson) or +65 6446 6928 (Simpang Bedok).

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Credit: Fika Cafe SG

Swedish food that’s halal? Only at Fika Cafe. Though there’s no special Iftar menu, parents can try delicacies such as the pickled herring platter, gravlax sandwich and långedrag, while little ones can tuck into the kids menu featuring Swedish meatballs and kids ham and cheese toast. End off the meal on a sweet note with some kladdkaka (Swedish brownies) or Swedish pancakes.

Price: A la carte pricing 

For reservations, call +65 6396 9096 (Beach Road) or +65 6702 2456 (OneKM) or email [email protected] for reservations of 15 pax or more

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FIX Grill & Café

Credit: Fix Grill & Cafe

Both kid-friendly and Instaworthy, FIX Grill & Café is conveniently located by the poolside of the HomeTeam NS – JOM Clubhouse in Balestier. Expect generous portions of halal Mexican cuisine and quirky decor that’ll make for a great family photo to post on your social media feeds. Their dinner hours have been extended just for Ramadan, and last order is at 10pm.

Price: A la carte pricing 

For reservations, click here.

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A 100% Muslim-owned Italian restaurant, Kucina was founded by an experienced Italian Muslim chef and his Indian Muslim partner. As a result, you’ll get one of the most authentic Muslim-friendly Italian meals you’ll find in Singapore here, and enjoy dishes such as gnocchi, tiramisu and panna cotta. Reservations and pre-ordering your food are highly recommended

Price: A la carte pricing 

For reservations, call +65 6493 2154.

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Spize at Temasek Club

Think your favourite supper place with a twist. The latest Spize outlet at the Temasek Club along Rifle Range Road offers the familiar fare that you are used to at the other outlets but with a more flamboyant menu – think French Cut Lamb Rack with Roasted Cauliflower Puree and Steak and Cheese – and with spacious seating options.

Price: A la carte pricing

For reservations, click here.

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Choose from various cuisines at StraitsKitchen, including Chinese, Peranakan, Indonesian and Indian and even exotic Arabian dishes such as an Arab-style grill mix – a combination of charcoal-grilled lamb, beef, chicken, prawns and vegetables, Baklava and Mohallabiah Milk Pudding. Feel like doing buka puasa at home?  Choose from the specially curated takeaway Iftar menu which comes in two sizes, for families of four and eight.

Date: Now till 24 June 2017
Time: 6.30pm to3
Price: S$78++ per adult

For reservations, call +65 6732 1234 or email [email protected]

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The Royals Café

Credit: The Royals Cafe

This establishment may be small, but it’s an old time favourite amongst many Singaporeans. Sink your teeth into delicious dishes such as Braised Beef Cheek and Braised Lamb Shank, or choose from the All Day Breakfast Selection. There’s also a Lego corner for little ones to play at while parents have Iftar.

Price: A la carte pricing 

For reservations, call +65 6445 6457.

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Credit: WORD.

Its container-like concept makes WORD. a unique place to bring your family for break fast for Western fare. Prefer to share food? Choose the Monster Truck sharing platter for four or pick-up truck sharing platter for two. Be sure to order the rainbow burgers that we’re certain your little ones will be fascinated.

Price: A la carte pricing

For reservations, call +65 9685 8468.

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